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Sprouting for Parrots: Organic Bird Sprouts

Super nutritious sprouts produced especially for the dietary needs of parrots. Discover health, beautiful plumage, improved disposition. You are what you eat, afterall. We’ve uncovered an easy sprouting routine for your parrots at www.birdsupplies.com

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Puerto Rican Amazon Parrot

The Puerto Rican Amazon Parrot: Conservation Must!

It’s no secret. All over the world, parrots are becoming endangered and extinct. The Puerto Rican Amazon is no exception. Wouldn’t it be a shame to loose this beautiful parrot that is endiginous to the U.S.? We are all interconnected. But, for me, parrots are about the most awesome creatures on earth. Learn about the Puerto Rican Amazon Parrot here.

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Wingabago Bird Carriers!

One word. Wow! Must have bird carrier. Why. Well, it’s more than a bird carrier. The Wingabago is a hospital cage, observation cage and more. Whether you have just one parrot or more than one parrot, there are times when you must have your parrot close, isolated, with close supervision. Used by many avian vets as a hospital cage, the Wingabago Bird Carrier is an important and necessary peice of equipment for parrot people. Plus, you can use it as a travel cage!

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Parrot Adoption: Homeless Parrots Need You!

You can go to your local PetSmart or PetCo and get a parrot or bird supplies. But the reality is that parrots and other exotic pets have specialized needs that are not compatible with a home living environment, unless you’re willing to make accomodations. Yeah, parakeets, cockatiels and larger parros are beautiful. Sure, they’re intelligent, But, unless you want to learn parrot language, they are hard to live with. Hence, homeless parrots. Learn more so that you don’t fall into the homeless parrot trap.

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Stuck in A Cage

Being Stuck in a Cage

I had an insight about being stuck in a cage with little to do today.  It wasn’t fun. I got the dreaded jury duty summons. I was apprehensive, yet excited to learn more about the judicial process. So, at 8:30 a.m. I, along with possibly 200 other people, entered the court house to serve my […]

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